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Job Interview Lessons from Real-Life Experience

It's Friday, so we're going to add a bit of humor to the blog today, albeit with an career transition benefit too. What have we chose to blog about today? Nothing less than one person's experience with a REALLY BAD interview. Earlier this spring AOL Jobs published Luke Roney's self-declared "worst job interview of my career," and it's worth reading. 

Of course it's tough to read the writer's account of how the sound of the interviewer's "teeth tearing through lettuce was the only sound in his closet of an office." But the self-assessment he conducts immediately afterward highlights three key reasons the interview went so poorly, and one essential thing for all career changers to remember: no matter what, resolve to do better next time!

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